Did you get a new smartphone or tablet for Christmas? Maybe you're just looking for some new apps.
These regional apps may not make iTunes’ national top 10 list, but they might make yours.
Patch: Get access to all our local Patch stories, as well as our local directories and events calendars. You can also switch from one Patch to the next if you live in one, work in another and shop in another. (Free)
Tigers Radio Network: Provides live audio from the Tigers Radio Network on every Marple Newtown High School football game. (Free)
City Hall: Philadelphia residents can utilize many municipal services without navigating the city website. Councilman Bobby Henon helped develop the iPhone and Android app. (Free)
Philly311: People can file and track 311 cases through the handy app, available for iPhone, Android and BlackBerry. (Free)
Springside Chestnut Hill Alumni Mobile: This is a connection tool for alumni of Springside Chestnut Hill. (Free)
Chestnut Hill Region Guide: Life on the Hill magazine put together this guide to Chestnut Hill. (Free)
Montgomery County Incidents: The Montgomery County incidents app lists and maps active emergency-dispatch incidents in Montgomery County, such as fires and car accidents. It is available on iPhone and iPad. (Free)
Wayne Presbyterian Church: The app includes sermons, news and events from the church. (Free)
The Camera Shop Bryn Mawr: Order photos to be printed from your iPad and iPhone. (Free)
Media, Pa.: Get updates on events, directions to restaurants, and find out what's happening in Everybody's Hometown. (Free)
Springfield Mall: You can locate stores, specials, hours, directions and contact information on this app for iPhone and Android. (Free)
SEPTA: This isn’t an app, but a website optimized for mobile that will tell you when the next train is coming and if it’s on time. You’ll likely want to bookmark it on your phone if you think you might need it. (baldwin.ph)
Did we miss a local app? Share it with us and your neighbors in the comments area below.